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The symptoms of a whiplash injury

If you have been involved in a car accident there is a strong chance that you may have sustained a whiplash injury. When you have a car accident which involves a car hitting you from behind, the sudden impact pushes your car forward. After a brief period of time your body begins to move forward also, your shoulders moving forwards until they are under your head. Then while your head is tilted downwards your neck starts to extend forward. Whilst this is happening your reaction is to brake hard which throws the head and neck backwards hitting the headrest.

Symptoms of a whiplash injury
The symptoms of a whiplash injury will usually develop within hours of the accident occurring. They can last anything from two days to two years and are as follows:

If you have had a car accident that was not your fault and as a result have sustained a whiplash injury then The Claim Solicitors can help you.

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We operate a no win, no fee service for all our clients.  This means that, in the event your claim is not successful, you won't have to pay out a penny.  There are no up front costs to pay and your solicitor will be completely transparent with you about any costs you might encounter.  Our goal is to make sure you don't have to have any worry over financial stresses when making a claim and can simply concentrate on getting better.. See No win, no fee for more information.

To make your whiplash injury claim all you need to do is call us. We will give you expert legal advice and assign a personal injury solicitor to your case. If we believe that your case is viable and you wish to continue we will make sure you are provided with compassionate and proficient efficiency and that you will receive 100% of your compensation, guaranteed.

Call now on 0800 197 32 32to discuss your whiplash injury. If you prefer to fill in our online claim from then we will get back to you.